Ash Grove Mountain Cabins & Camping
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Today was another day of hiking and waterfalls, so we needed to start with a good breakfast. Being Sunday morning, not much was open in Brevard, but we did find one cafe open and serving breakfast. We both had a good meal, and Nadia had 2 cups of coffee! From there we started out in search of waterfalls.
The first fall we visited was actually on someone's private property, but they open their garden to allow people to view their waterfall. We parked out the front of their ...
Today we drove from Cary in the direction of Brevard. This was one part of the trip that Damien was most excited about, because the area is famous for its many waterfalls. On the way to our accommodation, we stopped at 3 different very pretty waterfalls that Damien had read about and plotted out on a map of the area.
Unfortunately, 3 days without coffee had started to catch up with Nadia who had come down with a ...
... you could have fit even the smallest item in that trunk the way he had it packed. Each stop we would rearrange the mass of dirty laundry, toiletries, etc. until by the last stop we were down to one small carry-on with toiletries and one clean outfit for each of us. He was also the master driver doing all but 2 hours of the driving on this trip. If he was not able to drive these long stretches, there is no way we would be able to travel as much as we do now. After one ...
... was our base for the flights to Kobuk and Gates. The Glacier Bay lodge is similar to most lodges in national parks – unique mainly because of their location. Bettles lodge was unique in a lot of ways. First, it is remote and hard to get to. Second, while the lodge itself is on the National Register of Historic Places, the owners are relatively new innkeepers yet manage to provide extremely comfortable accommodations, including delicious food, in ...
... so that vegetation was wet. Dan had a machete and chopped away at some of it, but it did little to help. The trail crossed the forest road a couple of times and after about an hour and a half, we made it to the summit of Pilot Mountain. Although there were still quite a few clouds in the sky, we were actually higher than most and had some nice views over the mountains from up here. We stopped here for a ...